HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT

OBJECTS COMMON & CURIOUS

September 27, 2018—December 29, 2018

Opening Reception:

September 27, 2018, 6-8pm


Art Daily

Exhibition explores the transformation of common objects

October 23, 2018

NEW YORK, NY. – FreedmanArt is presenting an exhibition that explores

the transformation of common objects. “Hiding in Plain Sight celebrates

the artist’s power to transform the ordinary. As revision becomes

visionary, art becomes revelatory, and we begin to see common objects

as the bearers of previously unimagined possibilities.” – Carter Ratcliff

FreedmanArt

Hiding in Plain Sight - Press Release

September 27

FreedmanArt is pleased to present its next exhibition, which explores the transformation of common objects. “Hiding in Plain Sight celebrates the artist’s power to transform the ordinary. As revision becomes visionary, art becomes revelatory, and we begin to see common objects as the bearers of previously unimagined possibilities.” – Carter Ratcliff

BLOUIN ART INFO

“Hiding in Plain Sight” at FreedmanArt, New York

October 5

“Hiding in Plain Sight,” an exhibition of objects common, and curious will be on view at FreedmanArt, New York through December 29, 2018. The exhibition explores the transformation of common objects. The works of art have been made of marble, bronze, or oil paint on well-prepared canvases. Modernism turned artists’ attention to fugitive materials.

Hamptons Art Hub

NYC Gallery Scene - Highlights

September 30

FreedmanArt presents “Hiding in Plain Sight, Objects Common & Curious,” in collaboration with American art critic, writer, and poet Carter Ratcliff. An investigation of the transformation of common, found, and readymade objects, the exhibition features works by early 20th century masters through today’s contemporary masters including Alexander Calder, Joseph Cornell, Helen Frankenthaler, Pablo Picasso, Nancy Graves, Frank Stella, and Jean Shin, among others.